He made the assertion on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Wednesday.
“Sitting down here I can tell you some states that have almost 24 hours – Kebbi, Yobe. Some have five, some have 10 and there are still outages,” Fashola said.
He said the constant power supply in some states is due to the increase in the transmission capacity, noting that the transmission capacity has grown to about 8,100 watts as of December 2018.
He said the Ministry of Power has moved forward but needs to implement the short term goals it set.